Monthly Archives: September 2015

Making Grammar Fun Through Simple Sentence Worksheets

Making Grammar Fun Through Simple Sentence Worksheets

Writing doesn’t have to be a struggle! Through the use of tools like a simple sentences worksheet, quizzes and games, kids can get the practice that they need to build a strong foundation in writing in a fun way. The reason that it’s so important for children to learn to…
Letter Recognition Games for Long Road Trips

Letter Recognition Games for Long Road Trips

Road trips offer a unique opportunity to visit national landmarks and natural wonders unique to a particular state or region. However, the travel time in between attractions can leave kids in need of entertainment. While movies and handheld video games serve as fun distractions, they don’t always offer the most…
150 Examples of Compound Words for Kids

150 Examples of Compound Words for Kids

What are Compound Words? Compound words are formed when two or more words are joined together to create a new word that has an entirely new meaning. For example, “sun” and “flower” are two different words, but when fused together, they form another word, Sunflower. These words are formed by…
5 Creative Ways to Make Rhyming Fun Through Games

5 Creative Ways to Make Rhyming Fun Through Games

Kids just love to tell stories, recite poems, and sing songs. Once they start, there’s no stopping them. Let them do it. It might seem to be just for fun but it can work to develop their skills too, especially phonetics and syllables. These two skills are an essential component…
Interactive Games to Teach The Water Cycle

Interactive Games to Teach The Water Cycle

  As a new school year begins, teachers and parents once again have the opportunity to introduce their students and children to new and exciting topics. Summer rain, hot days at the beach, and water sports on the lake make for an easy segue into one such topic on the…
5 Ways to Help Your Third Grader Master Verb Tense

5 Ways to Help Your Third Grader Master Verb Tense

Verb tenses might be the most difficult of all English grammar skills to master. And for good reason – there are so many rules to learn and so many guidelines to follow. Do you know that Chinese language doesn’t have any tenses? Seems incredible, right? But English grammar doesn’t offer…
Our 5 Favorite Math Games for Second Graders

Our 5 Favorite Math Games for Second Graders

Parents often claim that they have difficulty helping their kids with math. It’s no wonder – if you think back to the subjects that you had trouble with in school, chances are that math is at the forefront. You probably began experiencing problems as early on as second grade math.…
The Shapes All Kindergartners Must Learn

The Shapes All Kindergartners Must Learn

As kids get older, it’s important to start teaching them how to identify basic shapes. In real life, they’re going to see circles, squares, rectangles, hexagons, and more. There are several questions surrounding this topic. For instance, where do you start teaching basic shapes to your kindergartener? What’s the importance…